March 10 – April 8, 2022
Private Bedroom $1,600
Dedicated Team Lead
Airport Arrival Transfer
Local SIM Card
High-Speed Internet in the Room and Common Areas
Backup Technology (Laptop, Charger, Batteries)
Public Transport Pass
Download: 55.4 mbps
Upload: 24.63 mbps
Easiest Transportation Method
One Month Trip Cost
One Month Trip Cost
The coastal capital city of Peru, Lima is full of rich history, incredible attractions, and exciting things to see. Offering a unique combination of modern and traditional, the city is home to a variety of restaurants, breweries, art galleries, and cathedrals. It’s arguably one of the best places to visit in South America.
Meet Your Program Group Leader
Marie has been a Digital Nomad for the last 5 years and has had the chance to explore many parts of the world. Some of her favorite countries so far are Brazil and Italy. She is the Founder of @justboarded, a responsible travel agency, the COO of @hidden.lemur, a sustainable travel media and is currently learning Ayurvedic nutrition and lifestyle. Her favorite things to do when traveling are hiking in nature, connecting with locals and dancing!
Why Choose Lima For Your Remote Work and Travel?
Sightseeing in the Historic City Centre
Lima’s historic city center is a well-preserved representation of Peru’s colonial past. There, you’ll be able to explore important places like the Cathedral of Lima, the Presidential Palace, and the Main Square. Take in the beautiful architecture and immerse yourself in Peru’s traditional culture.
Explore the Peruvian Catacombs
Walk through the eerie Peruvian catacombs located under the Basílica y Convento de San Francisco de Lima (Saint Francis Monastery). The catacombs are the resting place for more than 25,000 people. While the experience might be a little morbid, you’ll learn much about the catacombs’ history from a guided tour.
Find Your Next Favorite Surfing Spot
Lima’s 250 kilometer long pacific coastline is a clear favorite spot for surfers across the world. The city’s coast boasts some of the best waves, and there are plenty of surfing schools that offer courses for beginners who want to learn how to surf. Be sure to check out the famous break point La Herradura, about a 30 minute drive outside of Lima.
Take a Bus Tour
One of the best ways to see the city is by hopping aboard a Mirabus. The Mirabus bus company provides both day and night tours throughout Lima on its comfortable double-decker buses. Snag a seat on the open-air second level, and you’ll get a panoramic view as you pass through the historic city center. You’ll also be able to get off and explore the city on foot at one of the tour’s many stops.
Hands down, one of the best dishes you can eat in Lima is ceviche. Since the city is located on the coast, you can’t beat the fresh fish in this local dish. To get the full Peruvian experience, pair your meal with a pisco sour, a traditional cocktail that originated in Lima. The drink is made with Peruvian Pisco, Angostura bitters, lime juice, simple syrup, and an egg white.
Where to Stay in Lima
We recognize the importance of having a comfortable place to stay and work during your travels. That's why we've meticulously selected our accommodations in only the best areas of Lima. These options will provide everything you need to have a relaxing, fun, and productive trip. Browse through our photos to get an idea of the general vibe and standard of our accommodations in Lima.